With five levels of beds offering different degrees of bronzing and features such as aromatherapy, Caesars Tan provides effective, relaxing tanning sessions. To accommodate UV-free tanners, the staffers here mist bods from head to toe with airbrush tanning, and they keep skin rejuvenated with red-light therapy beds. Rounding out their beautifying services are body wraps, lash extensions, and facials, as well as an onsite boutique that offers swimwear, jewelry, hats, sunglasses, and more.
Ultimate Terrors is the sprawling, aptly named abode of the storied Skull family, as well as the area's prime destination for professionally administered Halloween thrills. Unlike generic VIP passes, which are only good for complimentary escargot-encrusted monocles, this VIP pass gains fast access to the park’s three central attractions. VIPs can enter each exhibit before others via the Speed Pass line, a sanctioned short cut that does not violate any federal cuts, butts, or coconuts ordinances. Start the happily horrific ordeal in one of Oklahoma’s largest haunted houses—the 18-room 4,000-square-foot Skull Manor––and meet its undead, perpetually behind-in-rent tenants. Next, visit Code Blue, a haunted hospital whose 16 rooms showcase ghoulish inpatients and predictably foul-smelling cafeteria fare. Finally, the realm of 3-D Chaos inspires last-minute self-reflection after victims get lost in its maze-like twists, turns, and inherently evil shrubbery. Those who make it through the dark triptych alive will receive a commemorative photo.
Since 1952, family-owned-and-operated Al’s Formal Wear has been spiffing up gentlemen for all formal and celebratory occasions. Dudes get dandified by donning Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, or Perry Ellis, to name just a few of the brands on hand, with rentals beginning at $57.99. Look sharp for a transcontinental yacht adventure with the cruise package, featuring a white polyester dinner jacket sure to impress big spenders and scandalize stodgy, traditional butlers ($139.97). Ease into a formal evening with a black silk cummerbund and pre-tied bow, or put on the ritz in a jaunty white fedora (both $39.99).
Lynda's Birkenstock specializes in footwear built for comfort and maximum support, culling a hand-selected fleet of foot cradles designed to tread the world's myriad walkways, runways, and Large Hadron Colliders. Guests can feel free to tap the expertise of one of the store's friendly foot-seers to find the brand best suited to serve their soles. Seek out the sturdiness of a close-toed and travel-ready sandal from Keen($75–$120), or let the Teutonic tailoring of a Birkenstock clog ($70–$135) embrace your toes like a lovelorn ex-pedicurist. Leather footwear from Chaco($55–$95) lends lower legs a rugged elegance, and a selection of handbags ($75+) offer shoulders the comfort normally reserved for the heads that cry on them.
Smashburger's chefs cook each Smashburger ($4.99+) on the menu to order, in addition to crafting grilled and crispy Smashchicken sandwiches ($5.99+), Smashsalads ($4.99–6.99), and Smashsides such as rosemary and garlic-tossed Smashfries ($1.99–$2.99). The Smashburger pairs 100% Angus beef with veggies and cheeses on an artisan bun, and Häagen-Dazs shakes keep mouths grounded, cool, and smiley ($3.99–$4.29). Add-ons such as applewood-smoked bacon ($1.50) or fried egg ($1.00) add additional zest to spicy baja ($5.99+) burgers overflowing with chipotle mayo, or further personalize regional burgers unique to different cities and states.